Mkhaya Game Reserve 

Mkhaya was established in 1979 when the Eswatini National Trust Commission decided it was the ideal place of refuge for endangered species, starting with the pure breed of cattle that had accompanied Nguni-speaking tribes on their exodus from Central Africa. The Commission then expanded its vision to include many wild animals, and Mkhaya subsequently evolved into a world-renowned center of conservation for elephant, buffalo, black and white rhino plus several variants of antelope – yet another of Eswatini’s success stories in sustainable land use and the protection of endangered species. Visitors are escorted by wildlife personnel aboard customized game-viewing vehicles.